What rope length do I need?
If you happen to fall between two sizes, then we recommend the following guidelines:
Beginners we recommend to choose the longer variant. This gives you more room for error when learning.
If you already have experience with jumping or are generally well coordinated, then it comes down to personal preference. If you want to put your focus on high speeds, choose the shorter version. If you want to do more tricks and freestyle jumps, then take the longer variant.
Here you can find a detailed article on the topic.
How often should I jump?
This is the most frequently asked question and it is of great importance because how often you jump not only affects your results, but also plays an important role in injury prevention.
Everjump recommendation for experienced athletes: 3-5 times per week
Everjump recommendation for beginners: 1-2 times per week
For the long answer please click on "http://everjump.fit/pages/wie-oft-sollte-ich-springen" this article, in which we illuminate the subject in more detail.
How do I start as a beginner?
Here you will find a detailed article on how to start jumping rope as a beginner with no experience.
What do I do if I have a problem with my grips?
If you have any problem with your handles, you just need to send us a photo or video of the handles to firstname.lastname@example.org, and our customer support team will be happy to help you.
How to use
We know that buying an Everjump set is an important investment in yourself. We are committed to meeting or exceeding your expectations every step of the way. We ask you to remember that a jump rope is a product that you repeatedly hit against the ground, so wear and tear is normal and should be expected.
Here are some factors that affect the longevity of ropes:
Outdoor use compared to indoor
Outdoor use is fine, but indoor use will extend the life of the ropes
Frequency and duration of use:
more use = faster wear
Prolonged use in very cold temperatures may reduce rope life
Heavier ropes have a thicker plastic coating and last longer
We advise that you use one of our mats for jumping, as this will not only save the ropes, but also your joints.
How much space do I need to jump?
We recommend a space requirement of 3m from front to back or 2m from left to right for jumping. The ceiling height should be approximately the same as the rope length. So you need at least 2.45m ceiling height for the rope size S and 2.90m ceiling height for the rope size Extra Large.
Please make sure that you have enough space to jump and that there is nothing hanging from the ceiling that could hinder you while jumping (e.g. lamps).
Which set is right for me?
Our jump rope sets are designed to help you achieve your fitness goals
If you're looking for a complete fitness solution that will help you improve the way you look, feel and perform, the Shape Set is for you. It includes all six of our ropes and our Everjump handles to keep your workout fun, versatile and effective.
If you want to get lean and toned at a cheap price, our Melt Set is a great choice. Both the Melt Set and the Shape Set are great for beginners looking to get started with jump rope.
If you want to build strength and power, our Grow Set is for you. The combination of heavier ropes targets more muscle groups with every workout.
If you first want to try out whether rope skipping is something for you, then we advise you to our inexpensive beginner set.
Do I need a jumping mat?
A jump rope mat is recommended to extend the life of your jump ropes and protect the surface you are jumping on. Using a mat will also reduce the stress on your joints.
Shipping and return shipping
Here you can find information about shipping our products.
If you are not satisfied with your Everjump Ropes, please contact our customer service at email@example.com